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the nordstrom store but again we don't know exactly what happened here, why that gunman would have done this. so lots to figure out here. >> thank you for that. abc will stay on the story overnight and have the latest on "good morning america." >>> we turn now to a poison that some say packs a powerful medicinal punch. scorpion venom. some people claim it fights everything from impotence to cancer. lush forests of the dominican republic are crawling with these creatures. and that's where abc's matt gutman reports from tonight. >> reporter: turn on the black light and see if they are here. look at this. >> oh my god. >> reporter: to most of us, these scorpions, best hunted in the jungle of darkness, is the stuff of nightmares. but now they are also being touted as the stuff of salvation. everything from battling auto immune diseases and enhancing your love life. and the most extraordinary claim of all, a new weapon in the fight against cancer. and the sole active ingredient is skittering at our feet. the venom packed in the scorpion's stinger. >> i have seen people getting well immediately. >> re
that, hey, i don't even want a part of this. >> reporter: the site which has more than a quarter million likes on facebook posts the names, pictures and often torrid details about these accused home wreckers and alleged adulterous ways. she is a home wrecker is a twist on the booming trend of online revenge one of the barrage of web sites that allow jilted lovers or angry exes to humiliate their former fleng fl from their home. >> just a way for me to vent. >> this 29-year-old says she found solace on the site after she says she discovered her husband of nearly ae eight year cheating. >> out of left field for you? >> yes. i was just in shock. here i was 7 months pregnant. >> reporter: while pregnant with her third baby, his husband told her he want aid divorce. >> i checked the cell phone bill. sure enough there is pages upon pages of a number. i called it. that's when she answered. >> reporter: she was so upset she decided to take revenge. posting personal details and photos of a woman she says stole her husband. she, aka, the alleged home wrecker is now married to her ex-husban
identified six victims but four remain. >> where are the bodies? >> what bodies? i don't know anything bit. >> in his words, girl near heelsburg. girl on mount tam. girl from miami. girl from berkeley. >> who are those women? >> you tell me. >> i don't know. you know. >> you're still playing games. >> nochlt ask the prosecution. i judge. i don't know. >> nayso says he's saving the true meaning for aprily. he won't explain why he didn't use the information if it would have helped the case. >> that is my family picture. >> i pressed him on this bizarre photo that he took of mannequins. he applied make up and dressed in lingerie. >> you've got ten. does that correspond to your list of ten? >> no. no. it doesn't. >> sit for the women you killed? >> no. no. >> he kept pictures and momentos in a safe deposit box 1 woman, apparently dead at the friem her waist down. her husband identified her by under wear she wore. >> he's wrong. >> who's photograph was sna >> a lady from the waist down you kept in your safe deposit box. have you no idea who it was? >> no. >> did you take it? >> i don't remembe
. >> there are some things that are too personal and you don't want to know. >> can you hear me now? >> reporter: the fcc acknowledges that most passengers oppose phone calls and even the chairman says, "i feel that way myself." on the white house website, 2500 people have signed a petition to stop the fcc. delta polled its passengers and found 2/3 said no to phone calls. >> if people are talking loud it may be disruptive. >> reporter: and flight attendants are adamantly opposed. >> i can see it now with a dozen people, can you hear me now? can you hear me now? none of us want to experience that on a plane. >> reporter: why such a negative reaction? researchers found when you are stuck in an elevator or plane and listening to a one-sided conversation it steals your attention, making it difficult to get anything done. [ ringing ] >> reporter: this is just a proposal. even if approved, late next year, it will be up to the airlines to decide if you can make a cell call at 30,000 feet. [ ringing ] >> reporter: david kerley, abc news, washington. >> all right. lots of you weighed in on this issue on
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behind. mickey ramirez cannot bear to go inside her home of ten years. >> i don't want to go in there until someone comes and takes it all away. i have nothing left. >> reporter: so her son gave us a tour. >> the water came up so pie, picked the couch up, spun it around and left it like this. >> reporter: about all they have left, the family photo album, now drying on a bench in the front yard. all of this water came from the onion creek. it's only about 100 feet behind this home. yesterday, it rose to its highest level in 92 years. so, sam, you could say this is almost a 100-year flood. >> no doubt about it, ryan. thank you. and it's just so difficult to know that sometimes the fall storms can be just as tough as the spring lines that we consider to be the strongest storms on the board. here's today as the system continues to move east. there's an area of low pressure that will kick up the winds today. so, watch out for those strong winds, 40 to 50-mile-per-hour winds from boston to detroit. cincinnati, you're involved. knoxville, as well. we have an east coast of rain to ge
this holiday season you don't even have to get off the couch. >> most of the deals are going to come around and can be found online, too. >> reporter: the coupon queen took a break between turkey and pie to share her strategies. tip number one, use to get cash back on online purchases. tip number two, start following a blog, like retail me, that gathers all the online coupon codes for you. tip number three, cancel that online order right before you place it. chances are you'll soon get a discount offer for that very item in your in-box. as for joni, she spent black friday shopping for charity. >> i got all this stuff here, drum roll, please, i paid $148, that's 85% savings. >> reporter: crothers says we can achieve big savings if we do homework. she suggests researching all the items on your list, finding the best price, instead of going to three stores, go to one and ask for a price match. >> good advice. thanks so much. from the retail marketplace to the health care marketplace. tomorrow is the self imposed deadline for the obama administration to get health on
shoulder moves. then i do the wave. i don't want to brag, but i'm good. >> we bring them together for an exclusive head-to-head boogie battle. >>> i loved that line, i don't want to brag but i'm good. >> but i'm good. >> anyway, we love this story so much, in fact, we have brought together that little boy and the famous dancing usher, famous all over detroit, for some good-natured trash-talking this morning and a fresh round of dancing. this is a great story and we'll have it for coming up. >> if there is an award for jumbotron operator, it should go to this guy. this is incredible video to watch. >>> also ahead -- it's raining rocks, literally, the beautiful little town where life looks surprisingly normal in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption, except for the pebbles falling from the sky. >> the record, ginger forecasted the rocks to fall from the sky. >>> also this morning, we have an abc news exclusive. we're behind the scenes with one direction as they put on a marathon, seven-hour live stream for their fans, this is all in advance of "gma's" massive one direction concert co
pills were given to the swedish ambassador through beijing. they don't know if he got them. hopefully, they'll find out later today. >> always great to see you, bob. thanks. >>> now to the red-hot night of music. at the american music awards. big names. huge honors. performances that brought down the house. abc's cecilia vega was there for it all. ♪ ♪ carry me >> reporter: it was ladies' night at the amas. from katy perry's over-the-top show opener. to miley's closing number, complete with a lip-synching cat. ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> reporter: lady gaga rode in on a human-powered horse. and then performed a presidential duet with r. kelly in their on stage oval office. the big winners, taylor swift, taking home four trophies, including artist of the year. >> you got the big one. >> i didn't even think about that yet. this is just so cool. >> reporter: justin timberlake celebrated a big night with three amas, including best pop rock male artist. >> this means so much to me. thank you. >> reporter: on the red carpet, katy showed off the bling. i have to see this rin
telling them, "i just don't know if i can do this." his supposed take on bill clinton. "i like him, in doses." the splashiest claim, the obama campaign secretly did research on the possibility of replacing vice president biden with hillary clinton. >> did vice president biden know that the campaign was conducting polling and focus groups on the possibility of replacing him? >> jon, i don't know the details of that. it was something that the president would never have accepted. >> and all of this is weighing heavily on the president's poll numbers, which, george, this week, are approaching levels almost as low in the aftermath of katrina for president george bush. >>> let's begin with this book and try to clear things up, the bottom line on this potential switch between joe biden and hillary clinton, research was done, correct? >> correct. >> but what happened next? >> this was never seriously considered. never taken by the president. the president never considered this seriously. >> why was the research done? >> research is done on a lot of things. bill daley chief of staff at the
named emma. do you think you have a relationship with emma? >> i think so. i don't expect other people to think that. most people would believe only what they see. >> reporter: for nine years he has been lovingly saving them from hooks, parasites and occasionally ropes. >> cut it. whoa! yeah. push it back! push it back! yeah! whoa! >> reporter: the shark doesn't realize is it likes affection. >> reporter: you think sharks lick like affection? >> no, i no sharks like affection. because they come back for it like a dog. or a cat. they even lean into it. >> reporter: i see it. i see that you are not -- it has to be true. they come back to me over and over and over again. >> reporter: but abernathy isn't naive. before plunking in i get an indepth tutorial an reality check about keeping an eye on bigger sharks. because they're more dangerous? >> because if a small shark was to make a mistake and bite you, chances are, we could probably handle it. if a big shark makes a mistake and bites you, chances are you are going to bleed to death on the boat. >> okay. >> big distinction. >> reporter: i
. and out for the night. yeah, we're co-workers. but we don't say we're mother-daughter. >> reporter: forget traditional sunday dinner or the old school mani-pedi outing. for some mothers and daughters, modern-day mommy and me time now means partying together till dawn. >> let's go. >> there are some people who say you shouldn't cross that line, you should always be mother-daughter, not best friends. >> what's wrong with going out with your daughter, having fun, dancing, enjoying amazing moments together? i don't see anything wrong with it. >> reporter: and it's not just nicole and vanesa. the trend toward hipper, hotter moms can be spotted amongst hollywood mother-daughter duos. from lindsay and deena to madda and lourdes to demi and rumor. they're setting the bar for intergenerational clubbing. >> hi. welcome to our home. >> reporter: party moms were famously parodied on the big screen in "mean girls." >> there are no rules in this house. not like a regular mom. i'm a cool mom. >> reporter: and on "keeping up with the kardashians," kris and her daughters are nightclubing regulars. but not
an alligator in illinois. >>> our second gator story starts with a warning. don't try this at home. >> why would you try this at home. next time you come face to face with a 12 foot alligator, don't feed it with your mouth. the guy pulling this stunt has experience with gators. as we said, don't try this at home ever even if you are a stunt man. >> i tried that stunt more or less with like french fries and stuff with my dog all the time. it's a great effect. he'd gently bite half of it and pull it away. he's not a gator. >> not an alligator. >> not good. >> not by any degree. >> coming up, when a word not suitable for television winds up on live television, find out who's the latest to drop the "f" bomb. >> the defiant mayor from toronto who admitted to smoking crack, is he any closer to giving up his office or admitting there's a problem. ♪ and i won't back down >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. g plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ m
the little boy versus the usher. it was all caught on camera. >> when i do the wave, i don't want to brag but i'm good. >> we bring them together for a head to head boogie battle. >>> i loved that line, i don't want to brag but i'm good. >> i'm good. >> we love this story so much, in fact, we have brought together that little boy and the famous dancing usher, famous all over detroit for some good-natured trash-talking this morning and a fresh round of dancing inspect is a great story. >> it's incredible is video to watch. >>> also ahead -- it's raining rocks, literally the beautiful little town where life looks surprisingly normal in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption except for the rocks falling from the sky. >>> also this morning, an abc news exclusive u we're behind the scenes with one direction as they put on a marathon, seven-hour live stream for their fans, all in advance of "good morning america's" massive one direction concert coming up tuesday morning. >>> we're going to start with this historic deal with iran reached in the middle of the night. secretary of state jn kerry and
and i told them nah ♪ you don't know me lightning above and a fire below me you cannot catch me cannot hold me you ♪ ♪ cannot stop much less control me when it rains it pours when the floodgates open ♪ ♪ brace your shores that pressure don't care it breaks your doors say it's all you can take better ♪ ♪ take some more ♪ i want to see some hands right now ♪ ohh oh ohh ohh oh ohh oh ohh oh ohh ♪ ♪ ohh oh ohh oh waiting for a light that never comes the nights go on waiting ♪ ♪ for a light that never comes i chase the sun waiting for a light that never comes ohh oh ohh ohh oh ohh oh waiting for a light ♪ that never comes jump jump jump jump ♪ # >>> tonight on "nightline" -- strippers for jesus. they're on a mission. an unlikely group of suburban women hitting the clubs. >> nail polish or lipstick makes you fear good. >> their leader, a fearless former stripper who said she found jesus and was saved. she said nothing can stop her from saving others. >> we pray for courage tonight, the bouncers, the management, anybody that is going to get in our way to reach the
in the philippines. >> we don't have homes. homes, we need shelter, food, light. >> the historic typhoon haiyan wipes communities off the map as relief slowly arrives. >>> speaking out. accused of harassment and suspended from the miami dolphins, richie incognito starts to tell his side of the story. >> the way jonathan and the rest of the offensive line and our teammates, how we communicate, it's vulgar. it's not right. >> reporter: now the question -- when will we hear from jonathan martin? >>> sky scraper dispute. which tower is america's tallest? the world trade center in new york or the willis tower in chicago? which city will get the bragging rights after a big decision. it is monday, november 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller an diana perez. >> good morning everyone. veterans's day. >> happy veteran's day to our veterans out there. let's get started once again. we begin with the latest challenges following the devastating storm in the philippines. the u.n. is sending supplies, but access was nearly impossible because the infrastructure is destroyed. >
[ laughter ] >> don't worry. i'll carry this chat. here's the deal. she gets a perfect score. a lot of people don't get a perfect score, and she's the one going home. it doesn't make any sense. do you smell a conspiracy theory? >> after "showgirls" there was nowhere to go but down. so elizabeth will be all right. >> well, there was "show girls." >> how she won the oscar for that i'll never know. >>> today's date is super special. 11-12-13. for so many reasons. that is coming up in "the mix." >>> if you are craving noodles, especially at this hour, we have a treat for you. we are rolling out something tasty from the insomniac kitchen. you are watching "world news now." ♪ i'll always love noodles >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by delsym. kitchen. you are watching "world news now." ♪ i'll always love noodles >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by delsyum. pop in the drum of any machine... ♪ wash any size load. it dissolves in any temperature, even cold. tide pods. pop in. stand out. >>> a new report is raising red flags over pg-13 ra
of these hubs start cancelling flights -- don't forget that new york gets 1 out of 10 flights every day -- when they start canceling, there's that cascading effect. that ripple effect that goes to the entire country. if you're flying to seattle or los angeles, you could be delayed, too. it is a big problem. u.s. air and delta, offering waivers to passengers, meaning they can rebook their flights. the problem, george, that doesn't mean they get home for thanksgiving. >> so, david, if you're heading to the airport today, what do you do? >> reporter: a couple things. do not check a bag if you want to get on a plane. and a couple of things. go on the website, check the airline. sign up for their apps. and if something goes wrong, tweet. george and robin, i'll tweet you. i'm getting on a plane and i'll let you know how it's going at 0,000 feet. >> okay, david, thanks very much. >>> let's go to josh and the other top stories. >> we're going to begin with new concerns about the future of u.s. troops in afghanistan. we learned that a deal that would keep american forces in afghanistan possibly through
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all. >>> and on top of the world -- you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> new york's central park center stage for one direction's blowout concert. the formula for creating the biggest pop group on the planet. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight. as we come on the air a ferocious storm system with very bad timing is creating all kinds of trouble. look at the countdown clock, one of the busiest travel days of the year hours away and this is the storm, powering up and on the move, with arctic air, downpours, strong winds and even tornados. the national service issuing watches, warnings and advisories in 20 states tonight and so many families wondering will they make it home for thanksgiving. our extreme weather team is tracking it all. abc's weather editor sam champion starts us off. good evening, sam. >> reporter: good evening, george. there is a light, cold rain in central park. this pre-thanksgiving storm has made it to the east coast. look at the radar. it's the entire east coast, every eastern state from the gulf coast all the way to maine is getting something out of this st
at america's airports. millions hoping their holiday flights don't end up delayed. abc's ron claiborne is in new york's laguardia airport with a look at how they're doing. ron? >> reporter: george, things are actually going pretty well, surprisingly well. there were predictions of all kinds of chaos at airports on top of a traditional crush of travelers, weather-related chaos, but those dire warnings appear to have spooked a lot of people into leaving early. in charlotte, north carolina overnight, the line outside the main terminal may have seemed interminable. in new york's penn station the concourses were packed with crowds of people trying to avoid the predicted chaos at the airport. for the most part, travel on this day before thanksgiving wasn't so bad. one reason, it seems days of warnings of an apocalyptic airport mess persuaded many people to depart yesterday. >> the airlines offered passengers the opportunity to move their flights up a day, so we did a couple thousand extra passengers at each checkpoint yesterday to make today a little bit easier. >> reporter: of course, there
. they are from there and will land in manila tomorrow. they don't know how they will get to their hometown about 350 miles away where their family home has crumbled. their business is still standing, but barely. >> it is really torn apart. it is unsafe. my brothers wants to go back and look for our employees, but i say don't go yet. >> the death toll is rides rising and the confusion is growing. they are going to see their families, but also to help. friends and family in the bay area have given them money to take back with them. >> i grew up there. i don't know what to expect. i just want to help out. >> escaping is nearly impossible right now. those arriving on flight 104 from manila weren't hit by the typhoon. >> it is really hard to see what is happening in our country. >> but it has still left an impact. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> now if you would like to donate to the relief efforts you know people would like to help. go to and it is under see it on tv. >>> and a police chase that ended in a serious crash in richmond. they lost the suspect's car moments before the colli
. >> i don't think people understand what happens to a family. they talk about what happens to troops but that is good people understand. that but they don't know how this did he have states families. >> for one man, the procession reminded him of the need to take care of the newest crop of vets. >> people went into armed forces because they couldn't get jobs now they're coming out we're going to have an interesting situation. >> this is the 95th year for the parade there are crowds lining market street. people have noticed crowds are thinner than usual this vietnam vet notice aid small turn out. so did another vietnam vet. >> there is a lot of people getting old yefr older. a lot of people are disgusted with the government and don't think about coming to this. >> whether that is the case spectators got to enjoy bands and even a scottish bag pipe unit. >> one last note about veteran's day. starting commemorating peace after world war i at 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. >> well, continuing the philippines disaster you'll want to help. bef
. the airport flattened, the roof demolished. commercial flights to evacuate impossible. >> we don't have homes. homes. we need -- we need shelter, food, light. >> we don't have food. we don't have anything. we don't have houses. >> reporter: locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. the military giving parents with the youngest victims priority. i just want to show you right now, this is the airport departure lounge. you can see that roof ripped off. debris, flooding. and lines of people who are coming here to the airport. no guarantee. they call them chancers, hoping for a chance to get out. they say the surge rose high on the control tower. water and wind ripping the insides out of the terminal. the aftermath, eerily silent. the sound of devastation. cars tangled in downed power lines. residents young and old pulling together what they can. some have the grim job of bringing the bodies of victims to this church. those with injuries treated as best they can be. with reports of increasing looting, some officers back, but feeling helpless. >> all of the evacuation centers have either col
into the blackness of his basement. >> what happened, chris? chris? what did you get hit with? >> i don't know. >> reporter: lancaster and his family miraculously survived. >> i'm still alive and my wife and kids. >> reporter: we walked down his block for the first time since he came face to face with disaster. >> are we coming up to your house? >> reporter: the heartbreaking moment that brought him to his knees. >> first time seeing it, huh? >> reporter: his dream home flattened. >> that's my door. >> reporter: lancaster is one of thousands left homeless after tornados tore through seven states sunday, more than 70 twisters reported. 8 people are dead. >> i see everything gone. >> reporter: lancaster was looking for one thing, his cat tee tee. how could he possibly have survived? with were with him as he retraced his steps to his basement and then -- >> tee tee! tee tee! tee tee, buddy! it's daddy! come here, tee, where you at, buddy? tee tee? daddy got you, baby! daddy got you! >> reporter: one small miracle. >> i knew you would come home. >> reporter: tonight the lancasters and their cat wi
is not such a big deal any way. >> don't mess with my hot sauce, man. you know what i mean? >> sriracha is everything. >> it is tough stuff. >> after living in the south, i put hot sauce on everything. >> you get a little sriracha in your finger and scratch your eye. >> you are blind for life. you are done. one-eyed willie. you're done, man. [ laughter ] >> that's not cool. >> oh, man. >>> some hearty souls have already had a special thanksgiving meal. the main course at a new orleans museum was turkey with all of the trimmings. get this, those trimmings include beetles, worms and crickets. oh, yeah. just like mom used to make. >> the menu included turkey with meal worm dressing, pumpkin pie with a crispy cricket topping and cranberry sauce with wax worms my favorite. some of the visitors opted for the bug-free entrees and others went back for second and third helpings. >> you can keep the bugs. >>> coming up, the holiday home video is good for a laugh on this turkey day morning. >>> and expert advice for turkey cooks up a this hour. butterball is coming to the rescue and so are we. you
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hours? kelly: oh my gosh, i think i was there -- i don't know what time i got home. late. my kids were still up though. i was like it's one of those things where you're like why are you guys out of bed? oh, we wanted to wait for you to tuck us in. like great. [laughter] wonderful. i'm not hungry or anything, come on. let's do bedtime stories. michael: what you got going on over there? kelly: i'm obsessed with bear love. i don't know if y'all are, i am. i love when bears mate, i love when baby bears are born. [laughter] rnates anything that hibe then wakes up. michael: the mating part has what got me. kelly: they found this new bear, they say this bear is a real cougar because spangeles is a 23-year-old bear at the queen zoo and she's getting a french old. who is only 2 years yeah. so, basically she's robbing the cradle. [laughter] michael: my question -- kelly: this is not frowned upon in the bear world. there's nothing wrong with a 23-year-old dating a 2-year-old in bear land. michael: are they the only bears in? you don't have a choice. kelly: they're replacing her old lover, her new
probably don't want a helpful tow truck doing this. >> you have to be kidding me? >> announcer: keep it right >> you have to be kidding me? >> announcer: keep it right here, america, "nightline" is i want you to be kind.ff i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at and thrive. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. tonight we are getting new information about a 23-year-old man who went on a rampage at los angeles international airport today shooting numerous tsa officers and killing at least one while travelers cowered for their lives. how did he make it past security? what was his motive? abc's david wright has the late-breaking details about the terrifying scene. >> everybody on the floor. on the floor now. >> reporter: the nightmare starte
where can i send flowers for the funeral. >> reporter: she don't have an address? >> don't. send a donation to your local children's hospital. i had like a physical reaction. every red flag went up. i remember just looking at people, around me, who is it? how many people were involved in this scam? and, and are they, are they right here? are they watching me right now? >> you were worried they might be a threat to you? >> yes, this person was crazy. >> i watched my wife buckle when she realized thisn wasn't a rea girl. >> i vowed i will find her. i will make sure this person is not able to do this. or isn't capable of doing worse. >> reporter: this deception was bigger than the paisleys imagined. as "nightline" dug deeper it became clear the hoaxer wasn't just stalking celebrities she was stalking cancer victims stealing photos and stories. we want to meet one family, the thomases of ohio. their daughter christie died in 2006 of guess what, neuroblastoma. scammers stole her image off the thomas family's memorial website. >> i had one of the detectives tell me, a while ago the was
room and said i couldn't go in. >> we don't want a video conference. >> this passion for a woman who has yet to show a sign or nod of what is to come. >>> how would clintonzv do if s ran for president and faced chris christie? hillary would find more support in new jersey, to the 43% christie would get. national polls have clintonç leading by 5%. >> homicide investigators are trying to determine if human bones discovered buried under a home in houston are those of a woman who grew up in the bay area, wendy marshall8 graduate in 1987. they are awaiting the test results to confirm the id. >> andy lopez, shot and killed by a sheriff's deputyht last month. supporters demand ed justice. >> this time, we don't want to let it lie. things need to change. we want a different story. we don't wantç there to be any more andy lopezes, we don't want it to happen. >> this week, lopez's family filed a civil rights lawsuit against him and the county. >>÷ú a packaging problem leads a recall for a bay area baby food manufacturer. what you need to know. >> and a satellite on a collision course wi
. i don't know what to say. to think, robin? >> bat kid thought it was pretty darn cool he hop into theed bat mobile. they were off to rescue a damsel distress. not a moment to spare. bat kid arrived to foil the attempted bank robbery. a busy morning for bat kid with more still to come. so a pit stop was in order. even super heros have to eat. the break won't last long. a flash mob signalled giants mascot lucille had been kidnapped by the evil penguin. bat kid chased down the penguin, rescuing lucille. it was a typical day for a super hero like bat kid ending with a rally in front of gotham city hall. mayor lee presented mim with a key to the city. and to think that miles just thought he's getting a costume. he was so excited for that. no idea what is in store today. the day ended but the family will be here for a couple more days they're going to see the city now that it has turned back to san francisco and no longer gotham city. >> thank you. >> who could morgue yet the song? lucille taken through union square. >> so 1, 1 social media celebrity is the penguin, whose twitter
young young i don't know where you're going but do you got room ♪ ♪ for one more troubled soul i don't know where i'm going but i don't think i'm coming home ♪ ♪ and i said i'll check in tomorrow oh oh oh oh oh oh if i don't wake up dead ♪ this is the road to ruin and we started at the end ♪ >>> tonight on "nightline" -- would you by this home? for some women, getting into the game is a huge answer, but the answer is still yes. it's the latest game in home making. will they flip or flop? controversial multibillion dollar private army operating at the tip of the u.s. fear. >> did your people ever kill innocent civilians? >> it's entirely possible. >> we asked the man who ran black water is he a war profiteer or the ultimate pariot burned by his own government? and they're back. two of the most notorious men on the continent back in the headlines tonight. how did george zimmerman land back behind bars. >> he's in my housebreaking all my [ bleep ] because i asked him to leave. >> and why did rob ford knock over this woman? >> keep it right here america, >> from new york city, th
is "catching fire" this morning. >>> buckle up. it's going to be one of those mornings. you don't need to know. we have a lot to get to this morning, including the latest headline from the yankees, alex rodriguez. he stormed out of a hearing and let loose, blasting major league baseball and the baseball commissioner. >> he said he does not think he's going to get a fair hearing. >> and we're on the eve of the kennedy anniversary of jfk's assassination. tapes from air force one not heard before in public. we're revealing them here. these are remarkable tapes. >> 50 years later we're still gripped by this. >>> but let's get right to the two plane incidents overnight. an enormous cargo plane landing at the wrong airport, on a runway way too small for the plane and the moment an emergency slide popped open on a jetblue airplane. david kerley is at reagan international with both. good morning, david. >> reporter: robin, i got to tell you, these are two incidents that are really serious and raising serious safety concerns. this morning, a giant jumbo jet at the wrong airport. unable to turn around b
for a situation many people couldn't imagine. >> i'm not a hero. i don't want to say, i don't wear a batman suit or superman. or these, you know, these characters i just reacted the way i did. >> the man who tried to catch a woman who jumped from the third deck after yesterday's raider game told abc7 news he'd do it again. >> i braced myself to catch her. i was hoping i could, when i caught her, i could lock arms around her to absorb impact with me. but unfortunately, she hit and she bounced off. >> the 61-year-old ended up with severe bruising but no serious injuries when the young woman he tried to catch landed knees first into his arms. sending both of them to the pavement. >> he said what ran to his mind is don't let people see this. try to save her and stop it. >> just 15 minutes after the raider game a vietnam war veteran they were walking outside they sought woman, 45 feet above. she crawled out on to a ledge. >> the training you receive in the marine corps is, it's you don't react. you just do it. >> raiders set a contingent that included willie brown to pay navidad a visit and bring him
holiday sales earlier. >> will it disappear in the next five years? i don't think so. will we say this used to be a very important day? but not anymore? in five years, yes. >> and deep discounts don't matter and teenagers are willing to que up. >> you're wailwilling to buy at full price? >> yes. >> some of the shopping is being done away from malls and local retailers like those in pleasanton. abc7 news is live on main street right now with that part of the story. hi, laura. >> reporter: hi, carolyn. people are not into those long lines that we saw in david's story that lead to deep discounts. tomorrow supposed to be small business saturday. we found folks getting the jump on that by coming here, spending black friday here. this is a sign in front of the chain store. it's outside prim a small boutique in pleasanton. >> what is the best bargain? >> accessories are buy one, get one half off. you can get socks for 14s sxdz a necklace for $11. there you go. >> it's a small store but there are big deals like many retailers provided an added bonus that can't be measured in dollars and
mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. what do you suppose he thought it was? oh, there he goes. very nice. these pictures are amazing. >> look at that all day long. >>> coming up, some of the most unusual holiday foods on the menu. >>> and "dancing with the stars," the big winner and runner up and an unforgettable night. you are watching "world news now." ♪ yes it's my last chance for romance tonight ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by comfort medical. ♪ >>> it's the moment that fans of "dancing with the stars" have been waiting for. >> ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. >> we can now reveal the winners and new champions of "dancing with the stars" are -- amber and derek! >> that's right. actress amber riley from "glee" and dancer derek hough took home
with that thinking think the government is going to turn to tyranny. but they don't have evidence that he had ties to domestic terrorists. >>> travelers at l.a.x., are telling terrifying stories of what they saw. moments ago, i spoke with jose mares and his wife, miriam rodriguez. here's what they had to say. thank you for joining us. where were you when the shooting began. and what did you see first? >> we were standing in line to get our ticket to board the plane. we were close to the end of the line. me and my wife were just talking. and then, from there, that's when everything happened. it just happened so quick. >> and had you noticed the gunman before he started shooting. >> just once he did. it was a quick view to him. and once the bang went out, that's it. it was kind of odd that a guy in blue just walking around with a big assault rifle. >> did you think initially that he was part of security or the tsa? >> oh, yeah. i thought -- well, he blended in good with it. i thought he was part of them. but it came to the point where he just had a rifle. okay, he's the only one with the rifle. so,
their challenges slow them down in this race to the finish. you don't want to miss this running. for the twins, it's a form of therapy. >> it's a great story. >>> we'll start here this half-hour with the latest on the shooting at l.a.x. we're learning more about the suspect paul ciancia. who's now facing federal murder charges, as we're learning more about what actually happened in the moment of crisis and what was written on the note that he was carrying in his bag. abc's david wright has been covering the story from the jump. he's at l.a.x. this morning. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. this morning, the alleged gunman is in a hospital room a few miles away from here, said to be unresponsive after a gunshot wound to the head. if he ever does regain consciousness, he'll face charges that could take the death penalty. the criminal complaint filed in federal court saturday includes chilling new details about the rampage. the fbi said that he was dropped off at l.a.x. friday morning, in his bag, a smith and wesson assault rifle like this one, with five extra magazines, fully load
's both young and healthy as well as the sick and the old. ultimately, if next year you don't see young people signing up the exchanges, then in 2015, that's when premiums start to go up because the insurers will say, we spent all of this money in 2014 to insure people and we now need to pass along those costs to others. >> david and matthew, what do you see as far as obama regaining the trust of the american people? >> well, to me, this is very problematic for his presidency at this point in time. if you take a look at history when presidents in their second term, drop this level in credibility, trust and approval, they never come back from that. it's very hard. absence of major crisis. i think the president is in a difficult spot on all of his legislative initiatives going forward in the next three years. >> is it a political katrina? >> first of all there's a kwal tif difference. people dying in can new orleans and people not able to get health care. from a political standpoint i s e's eerily similar. >> i disagree. it's hard on these feeding frenzy in washington to have perspective
as well. a big $132 million jackpot. >> can't win if you don't play. >>> and the latest from the philippines. brand-new pictures coming in from the most devastating regions. and thousands of people trying to evacuate right now, including americans. our terry moran just arriving in the typhoon zone with u.s. marines. >> we're going to get to him in just a minute. >>> let's begin with the cold blast affecting so many americans this morning. ginger zee is here with that. good morning, ginger. >> you were throwing things at me yesterday. and it's our first kiss of winter for so many folks. this is a shot from white plains this morning. the flakes are few and far between. but believe me, they are happening. in northbrook, illinois, and cincinnati, ohio, the first snow. and you see just outside of chicago. and here. behind it is going to be really cold air. the windchills this morning are close to zero in a lot of the far northern plains. but look what it's going to be like tomorrow morning. if you're waking up in the south and saying, it didn't get here yet, i'm safe. yeah, that's
by this point it is my sixth time. i don't get nervous anymore. >> reporter: anna cane is a freelance writer who said she made $60,000 as a donor. >> reporter: so as far as you're concerned, there's no reason not to do this. >> no. >> good. you are ready? >> yes. >> reporter: today is egg-retrieval day. the culmination of weeks of hormone injections to stimulate her ovaries to produce more eggs than normal. dr. joel batfin is her doctor. is egg donation essentially risk-free as far as you're concerned? >> nothing is risk free. there is anesthesia and procedure but the right answer is yes, it is risk-free. >> reporter: there is a rare condition found in less than 1% of patients ovarian hype -- hypertension syndrome. emma smith, not his patient, was so sick with it she spent six days in the hospital and shot this video diary. >> i feel that they should have gone out of their way to make me a bit more aware of any possible side effects in the actual process and everything like that. >> reporter: dr. jennifer schneider worries there is no national egg donor registry to track what happens to this exp
, this was a drill. police trained for this but what can innocent bystanders do to survive like ludner did? >> don't freeze, don't panic. get out. >> reporter: security expert tom kasza who spent 22 years in the secret service says if you can't get out, put something between you and those flying bullets. >> everything that is moveable that is hard that can be used to defend yourself in one way or another, whether it helps you hide, protects you from bullets. >> reporter: sometimes it can be behind an atm, a brick wall or a heavy planter. >> if you see a table like this, this could be somewhere for you to hide? >> take advantage of what is around. >> reporter: hide, lock the gunman out, barricade yourself using whatever is around. remember to turn your phone to silent and text for help and always keep reassessing your options. >> move until you can be safe. if that can't happen, the last resort is to fight. >> reporter: run, hide, fight. keep these rules in mind and hope you'll never have to use them. alex perez, abc news, chicago. >>> and next tonight we move on. this tuesday is election day in am
have the -- i don't want to repeat it. and after one minute i hear boom, boom, boom. >> deputies ordered the woman to drop the knife but say she refused and then fired. she died at the scene. >>> a woman is accused of stabbing an eight-year-old boy and a man during a domestic dispute. police found both victims after getting 911 calls about a disturbance. the boy is hospitalized in critical condition. >>> the sonoma ferry did more than just ferry riders today. it helped rescue a stranded sailor. a man fell overboard trying to fix his sail. he was spotted by people on the ferry clinging to the side of his boat. he was transferred to a police boat after they were called to assist. the man was not seriously injured. >>> time for a check on the weather today. >> we are seeing the low clouds and fog. it backed off this afternoon and it allowed the temperatures to warm into the 60s. but it moves back inland overnight. it was 62 in san francisco. where the fog set, strong onshore winds, half-moon bay only 58. antioch, 66. rain, it's back in the forecast. we'll take a look at when you can
sentenced him to death row. >> i'm very annoyed. i'm angry. i don't feel i should have been arrested. >>reporter: prosecution presented evidence that meso killed 6 women in marin, contra costa county and nevada county and jury convicted him. yet meso maintenance his innocence. >> because they haven't proven their case against me. >> they proved their case you are convicted. >> no. >> jury of your peers concluded that you are guilty. >> the jury found me guilty. >> they proved it. >> but not from these charges. >>reporter: he wanted me to see the nice picture he took during the career as photographer. but in safe deposit box investigators found photographs of several of his victims who appeared to be dead. and in his reno home they found meso own writings that tied him to the crimes including a list of 10. when investigators believe is a dump list of where he put the body. what was the reason for the list. what did the list mean. >> that's good question i was expecting that. that i have to reserve for my appeal. >>reporter: oh, come on joe. you are kidding me right. i wanted
want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at and thrive. >>> from new york city, nz "nightline" with dan abrams. >>> that's correct for joining us. when we hear about celebrities claims to be addicted to sex there's a collective eye roll. when it comes to porn, there's increasingly concrete evidence, science, that the addiction can be real. and as powerful as drugs and alcohol. for many kids that can easily access porn from their computers and smartphones it can go well beyond just a dirty habit and become a dangerous one. here's abc lindsay davis. >> reporter: according to one study, 7 of 10 teens have accidentally stumbled across porn online. but experts are asking is the average teen really ready for this? >> hard-core porn. right on my phone for anybody to access. >> reporter: we also suspected porn can't be good fo
contract right now. heather? >> fdiu is voting here at oakland marriott a a location they'd rather we don't disclose one sign saying vote no. here the reading is more positive we don't know until ballots are counted maybe around midnight when both yun yinz will ratify this contract. the maintenance technician just glad painful bargaining is over. >> not what we've wanted but it's close and i think it's close on both ends. >> reporter: membership flowed through the marriott all day, casting their ballots on a four-year contract with bart, meaning increasing contributions to pension and medical. >> it looks positive. >> reporter: how can you tell? >> by attitude of the people. questions and when they're saying. so i think there will be an overwhelming win for this contract. >> reporter: orinda councilman used this day to promote his cause, delivering 20,000 signatured from his ban bart web site to the senator's office hoping legislatures will take action to preproe hibit transit strikes >> we have riders and commuters have to take a stand. police have to say no more this, is
. they say he shot and killed himself in a secluded area of that mall. >> i don't know what got into him. he never told me anything about him being upset or depressed or anything was wrong. >> reporter: and what about those allegations of drug use? well, his friends tell me that he did, in fact, have trouble with drugs in the past. but that he cleaned his act up. or at least, lara, they thought he did. >> all right. gio, thank you. sad situation. >>> we turn, now, to josh with the morning's other top stories. good morning. >> good morning. we're going to begin with what's being called of the most sophisticated bombing attacks in recent years in china. seven explosions rocked communist party headquarters in the northern province. killing one person and injuring many more. the country on-edge after the apparent suicide attack at tiananmen square last week. that attack left five people dead. >>> also, a violent protest outside of buckingham palace in london. demonstrators there, some wearing masks, launched fireworks at the palace walls, even setting a fire outside the gates, all fury coming ov
you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at and thrive. >>> and good evening. these days we have more access than ever to information about our favorite celebrities. experts say in extreme cases this kind of intimacy can make a deranged fan feel like a star is talking directly to them and that can lead to stalking. tonight we are going to take a look at this uniquely modern problem starting with a bizarre case of alleged stalking that is playing out today in a new york city courtroom. here is abc's nick watt. >> reporter: alec baldwin for my money the best baldwin, actually cried in a new york city courtroom this morning as he described his living nightmare. baldwin, the debonair star of "30 rock" claims he was stalked by this woman, a two-bit canadian actress. >> i say loud and clear that i am innocent since day one. >>
it there in the first place. retailers are really busy this time of year. they're so overwhelmed. they don't have time to double check. >> reporter: big stores like target have been on top of all the theft for a while now. investing millions on security cameras and personnel hoping to catch shoplifters in the act. target let us inside for a rare look at their crime lab and investigations headquarters in minneapolis. >> this is a very secure environment. we do make sure only people that are authorized come into the building. >> reporter: next time you are in a target, remember you are never really alone. >> we can watch several, several stores. we can pull up different live shots. >> reporter: the holidays are especially brutal on supermarkets. these stores usually only make a few cents profit on each item. in stores like this one in massachusetts, they put pictures like this on the wall. the loss to thieves nationally for supermarkets comes to $6 billion a year. the cost has to be made up somehow. >> if we aren't profitable we have to charge more for what we are selling. >> reporter: in many cases it
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